Imagining the Indian: The Fight Against Native American Mascoting is an award-winning documentary that examines the movement that is ending the use of Native American names, logos, and mascots in the world of sports and beyond. The film details the current uprising against the misappropriation of Native culture in a national reckoning about racial injustice that has succeeded in the removal of Confederate imagery, toppling statues of Christopher Columbus and forcing corporate sponsors of Washington’s NFL team to demand it change its most-offensive name. Imagining the Indian co-director/producer Ben West and W. Richard West Jr., founding director of the National Museum of the American Indian, will participate in a Q&A moderated by film critic Stephen Farber following the April 10 Reel Talk screening at the Royal. Subject Amy West will participate in a Q&A at the Monica Film Center following the 7:20 PM screening at the Monica Film Center on Friday, April 14. Co-directors Aviva Kempner (The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg, Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg) and Ben West will participate in Q&As following the Saturday, April 15, 7:20 PM screening and the Sunday, April 16, 1:30 PM screening. Ms. West (Cheyenne) is a Professor of Psychology at USC, specializing in Native Youth Psychology.